All kayak fishermen know that ’yak fishing is a special sport, and there’s just something soothing from being so close to nature and being in the boat by yourself. That feeling is now being used to help our wounded military heroes get some of that same relief and “therapy.” […]
In New Orleans, when two things compliment each other we say they go together “like red beans and rice.”
Just like that popular local staple, you can’t beat the combination of a fly rod and a kayak. […]
Everyone knows kayak fishing is a minimalist sport. Yeah, right! With the boom in kayak fishing popularity comes an ever-increasing amount of gear that ’yakers are bringing along on their trips.
There are several simple, inexpensive tips and products that will help save your valuable gear from being ruined or lost. […]
Question from the Kayak Fishing Forum:
I am new to the whole kayak fishing. Just looking for a nice, cheaper alternative to buying a boat and still getting out on the water for a nice trip. See some nice rewards when going for reds. Any info would be appreciated. Mainly what’s a nice boat to get started with, buying, gear, etc? Thanks again!
Primetime for topwater action in Southeast Louisiana is here. With the coming of the next few full moons, big female trout will be at their spawning peak and will get extremely aggressive with topwater baits. […]
It’s no wonder kayak fishing continues to grow at amazing rates each year: It is an exciting, economical and eco-friendly sport for fishermen of all ages. The growth of the sport has also spawned kayak-fishing tournaments that offer unique, competitive challenges and the chance to win great prizes. […]
Modern bass boats are high-powered machines specifically designed to provide fishermen with all the advantages necessary to conquer the world of the largemouth bass. High-powered motors allow bass fishermen to quickly cover many miles in search of prime bass habitat. Rarely will you see a bass fisherman launch his boat and immediately begin fishing — unless that bass fisherman is in a kayak.
An unseasonably warm winter saw many kayak fishermen in Louisiana enjoying an extended season without the need to bundle up and venture out on cold, blustery days. However, winter is not over and we’re sure to see more of those days where you might catch fish, but it really isn’t comfortable to be out in a kayak. […]
Anchoring and trolling are undoubtedly productive methods of fishing in Southeast Louisiana. However, wintertime ‘yak fishermen who learn to drift will find that this method can put fish in the box when nothing else will.
If you fish the famed Sulfur Mine in Galliano, you likely won’t find any gold, but you will find lots of silver and bronze. This old industrial mine site is a perfect place to take your kayak for limits of wintertime specks and reds. Once the exclusive domain of boat fishermen, the Sulfur Mine is within reasonable paddling distance and provides many fishable areas in all weather conditions for kayakers. […]
Wintertime fishing in South Louisiana can be fantastic. The cold weather brings less fishing pressure and concentrates the fish in many areas that are easily accessible to kayak anglers. However, a change in fishing techniques and safety gear is necessary to ensure not only a productive but safe fishing trip. […]
Fall is the time of year when trout begin their transition from the outer bays and journey into the interior marshes. This is great news for kayakers, as limits of trout will be within easy reach of these people-powered craft. After enduring several summer months of hearing about all the big trout caught in outer areas unreachable by kayak, this is welcome news. […]
Say “PAC,” and many kayak anglers instantly have flashes of catching limits of reds and trout. Generically called PAC, this area in Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes includes the 33,000-acre Point-aux-Chenes Wildlife Management Area about 15 miles south of Houma. […]
Want to have a thrill ride without going to an amusement park this summer? Then head to Grand Isle for the next two months and ride some bulls. They’re close, hungry and an all-out blast to catch in a kayak. […]
From Myrtle Grove to Venice, a trip down Highway 23 in Plaquemines Parish offers endless opportunities for fantastic kayak fishing. While many of the launch areas are the same as those used by power boats, others are perfect for roadside “combat” launches into secluded marsh areas teeming with hungry redfish. […]